The following collaborators participated in the project:
- Anastasia Dakouri-Hild, Interdisciplinary Program in Archaeology and Art Department, PI, overall project management, website and content development.
- Hannah All, Curry School of Education, K-12 curriculum development.
- Beth Bollwerk, Monticello Archaeology and DAACS, collection research.
- Gail Hunger, Office of Learning Design and Technology, video production and project documentation.
- Worthy Martin, IATH, Drupal and Unity integration and technical project management.
- Will Rourk, Scholars Lab, K-12 materials development.
- Victoria Valdes, Art Department Visual Resources Collection, K-12 materials development.
- David Wilson, Architecture School (now VMDO Architects), Rhino drafting and modeling.
- Lara Armstrong, Bridgette Degnan, Jacqueline Huwyler, Allison Mueller, and William Pedrick, student lab assistants.
We are very grateful to Judy Giering and the Office of Learning Design and Technology for financial and logistical support. We are also indebted to Arin Bennett, Robbie Bingler† , Jama Coartney, Jeff Hantman, Matthias Hild, Meg Kennedy, Laura Mellusi, Fraser Neiman, Will Rourk, Karen Shriver, Tyler Jo Smith, Ashley Stone, Lucie Stylianopoulos, Sean Tennant, Zachary Wheat, and Sarah Wells for their advice, help or other contributions. A special thanks is owed to software engineers at Bitsource, who helped write the Unity/Drupal integration code.
We would also like to extend our thanks to the Digital Technology Committee of the Archaeological Institute of America for awarding the project the Award for Outstanding Work in Digital Technology (2020).